Kutch, which is nearly an island and shaped like a tortoise, is a former royal state of India that has kept its historical glory.
Kutch is also one of the largest destricts in India, with one of the lowest population densities.
Kutch is one the India-Pakistan border, and parts of Pakistan maybe viewed from there.
The Great Rann of Kutch
It is a vast expanse of salt marshes in Gujarat's Kutch District, India's westernmost state.
Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the world's largest seasonal saline marshes, the Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary lies 100Km from Bhuj.
Around 4500 years ago, Dholavira was one of the most developed towns, and it was known as a significant excavation site during the Indus Valley Civilization.
Gujarat's oldest museum, the Kutch Museum, is noted for its historic coin collection and the extinct Kutchi script.
Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary
India's largest wildlife sanctuary is the Indian Wild Ass Refuge, which covers 4954sq km in the Little Rann of Kutch.
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